ALAN LEE grabbed his 100th league goal to help Huddersfield Town return to League I’s automatic promotion places for the first time in two months and pledged: “We’re fully focused on staying there.”
The teak-tough frontman blasted Brentford’s claims that his 41st-minute header, Town’s first goal in a come-from-behind 3-2 victory, should have been chalked off for a foul on keeper Richard Lee.
“If referees start giving free-kicks for that kind of thing, I don’t know where we’ll end up,” said the Irish star, who now has six goals for the season.
“I have been on the receiving end of some rough decisions this season. In this match, I thought we had a very good referee who understands the game.
“I challenged for the ball fair and square and rather than complain, the keeper has got to be stronger.”